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26th Apr '17 7:53:39 AM 64SuperNintendo
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* Music/ElvisPresley is a pretty polarizing figure in Rock & Roll among blacks. Some are appreciative of the attention Elvis brought to the genre among the white community, creating openings for black artists. Others felt he had appropriated the genre to the detriment of black artists who had been doing it long before he did. Elvis gave credit many times to earlier black artists whose songs he covered (to a much greater degree than, say, Music/TheRollingStones or Music/LedZeppelin), but it didn't help that some of his fans believed he actually invented Rock & Roll. Elvis was also hated by some whites for being "too black", making him a [[HalfBreedDiscrimination Tragic Mulatto]] of sorts. And then, there were Moral Guardians who also hated his sound in general and the fact that he swiveled his hips during his performances.

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* Music/ElvisPresley is a pretty polarizing figure in Rock & and Roll among blacks. Some are appreciative of the attention Elvis brought to the genre among the white community, creating openings for black artists. Others felt he had appropriated the genre to the detriment of black artists who had been doing it long before he did. Elvis gave credit many times to earlier black artists whose songs he covered (to a much greater degree than, say, Music/TheRollingStones or Music/LedZeppelin), but it didn't help that some of his fans believed he actually invented Rock & and Roll. Elvis was also hated by some whites for being "too black", making him a [[HalfBreedDiscrimination Tragic Mulatto]] of sorts. And then, there were Moral Guardians who also hated his sound in general and the fact that he swiveled his hips during his performances.
25th Apr '17 12:47:30 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* ''Series/HannahMontana'' and ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' are often blamed for Creator/DisneyChannel's NetworkDecay (possibly sans their animated series) for the non-teenage audience.[[note]]While ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' saw Disney find success with later series starring teen popstars as the lead characters, said series were generally SliceOfLife series/sitcoms that fit well into the channel's programming. It wasn't until ''Hannah Montana'' and ''High School Musical'' were made that said types of series, and eventually all of Disney Channel's live-action programming altogether, began shifting their focus from everyday situations to becoming famous in some way. While there are some exceptions to this, the increasingly teen-oriented and fame-centered live-action series that were made caused a massive change in the network's programming, which alienates many.[[/note]] Straight males, females born before 1989, {{tomboy}}s, feminists, and MoralGuardians make up a sizable hatedom to both franchises.

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* ''Series/HannahMontana'' and ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' are often blamed for Creator/DisneyChannel's NetworkDecay (possibly sans their animated series) for the non-teenage audience.[[note]]While ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' [[FranchiseOriginalSin saw Disney find success with later series starring teen popstars as the lead characters, characters]], said series were generally SliceOfLife series/sitcoms that fit well into the channel's programming. It wasn't until ''Hannah Montana'' and ''High School Musical'' were made that said types of series, and eventually all of Disney Channel's live-action programming altogether, began shifting their focus from everyday situations to becoming famous in some way. While there are some exceptions to this, the increasingly teen-oriented and fame-centered live-action series that were made caused a massive change in the network's programming, which alienates alienated many.[[/note]] Straight males, females born before 1989, {{tomboy}}s, feminists, and MoralGuardians make up a sizable hatedom to both franchises.
23rd Apr '17 5:22:40 PM Spanks
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** The first teaser for the [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie2017 My Little Pony movie]] was recently released on Movie Clips. It's basically split 50/50 down the middle in terms of likes and dislikes. A quick glance into the comment section gets a overwhelming sense of anger and bitterness.
20th Apr '17 9:36:27 PM karstovich2
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20th Apr '17 9:36:26 PM karstovich2
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** People who receive aid from social programs, especially the Bolsa Família[[note]]a social program which gives money for poor people. The value is around 150BRL to 300BRL (Brazilian Real) per month. There are strict rules to enter in the program.[[/note]] are hated by most of middle and upper classes people. They think people who receive aid from social programs are lazy and don't want to work (although this is not true since around 70% of people which receive some aid work already) and deserve to suffer because this. This hatedom also extends against poor people and social movements.

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** People who receive aid from social programs, especially the Bolsa Família[[note]]a social program which gives money for poor people. The value is around 150BRL to 300BRL (Brazilian Real) per month. There are strict rules to enter in the program.program, and it's what's called a conditional cash transfer: Participants must do certain things (usually, getting their kids to school every day and making sure that they stay current with medical appointments/vaccinations) in order to receive the money.[[/note]] are hated by most of middle and upper classes people. They think people who receive aid from social programs are lazy and don't want to work (although this is not true since around 70% of people which receive some aid work already) and deserve to suffer because this. This hatedom also extends against poor people and social movements.
20th Apr '17 4:30:31 PM Scsigs
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* Music/FiveSecondsOfSummer have managed to attract ''quite'' the hatedom in the few years they've been big. A major complaint lobbed at them is that they have so many songs that, instrumentally, are exactly the same as older songs from bands both they and PopPunk fans grew up listening to and they didn't bother to credit the writers of those songs one bit, minus Music/DuranDuran. Their fanbase doesn't help whatsoever, as they either couldn't care less about differing opinions from their own and won't have any of it, will fire back hearsay about certain songs being cowritten by the band who's song it sounds like (when it wasn't, as evidenced by the writing credits and the band's own history of cowriters disproving what they say), will tell you it doesn't matter because "there's only so many chords" (which doesn't make much sense because it's not just the chords that are the same in said songs, and if that were true, either no one would be making new music, or every song would sound exactly the same in every genre), won't care, or will say that they don't hear it. This can get people who check their songs out to see why people like them, and others who aren't fans of them, angry because the songs are so blatant in their similarities that to not hear it and not hear the similarities brings a big "[[FlatWhat what?]]" to the minds of those who do. It's not just the instrumentals either. Others don't care for them because their lyrical writing style is too similar to Music/AllTimeLow's, some of their merch and CD designs are blatantly too close to other bands', they come off as a boyband thanks to their marketing, or the fact that they were a YouTube cover band from Australia that only got as popular as they have thanks to them gaining a heavy following from One Direction's fanbase of tween and teenage girls thanks to One Direction bringing them on tour with them, which was a guarantee that they'd gain a substantial following (which some of their fans treat as more of a heartwarming story about them braving the world by going on tour when they hadn't even finished high school yet than it really is). Thus, their fame, to some, feels unearned and that they would've been better off spending several more years trying to get a recording contract rather than all of that, then starting their own record company, which they also release their own music under.

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* Music/FiveSecondsOfSummer have managed to attract ''quite'' the hatedom in the few years they've been big. A major complaint lobbed at them is that they have so many songs that, instrumentally, are exactly the same as older songs from bands both they and PopPunk fans grew up listening to and they didn't bother to credit the writers of those songs one bit, minus Music/DuranDuran. Music/DuranDuran (which they weren't going to until their legal team advised them to, due to that song sounding like 'Hungry Like the Wolf', which makes it a bit confusing as to why they weren't advised to on some of their ''other'' songs). Their fanbase doesn't help whatsoever, as they either couldn't care less about differing opinions from their own and won't have any of it, will fire back hearsay about certain songs being cowritten by the band who's song it sounds like (when it wasn't, they weren't, as evidenced by the writing credits and the band's own history of cowriters disproving what they say), will tell you it doesn't matter because "there's only so many chords" (which doesn't make much sense because it's not just the chords that are the same in said songs, and if that were true, either no one would be making new music, or every song would sound exactly the same in every genre), won't care, or will say that they don't hear it. This can get people who check their songs out to see why people like them, and others who aren't fans of them, angry because the songs are so blatant in their similarities that to not hear it and not hear the similarities brings a big "[[FlatWhat what?]]" to the minds of those who do. It's not just the instrumentals either. Others don't care for them because their lyrical writing style is too similar to Music/AllTimeLow's, some of their merch and CD designs are blatantly too close to other bands', they come off as a boyband thanks to their marketing, or the fact that they were a YouTube cover band from Australia that only got as popular as they have thanks to them gaining a heavy following from One Direction's fanbase of tween and teenage girls thanks to One Direction bringing them on tour with them, which was a guarantee that they'd gain a substantial following (which some of their fans treat as more of a heartwarming story about them braving the world by going on tour when they hadn't even finished high school yet than it really is). Thus, their fame, to some, feels unearned and that they would've been better off spending several more years trying to get a recording contract rather than all of that, then starting their own record company, which they also release their own music under.
20th Apr '17 3:53:43 PM Scsigs
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* Music/FiveSecondsOfSummer have managed to attract ''quite'' the hatedom in the few years they've been big. A major complaint lobbed at them is that they have so many songs that, instrumentally, are exactly the same as older songs from bands both they and PopPunk fans grew up listening to and they didn't bother to credit the writers of those songs one bit, minus Music/DuranDuran. Their fanbase doesn't help whatsoever, as they either couldn't care less about differing opinions from their own and won't have any of it, will fire back hearsay about certain songs being cowritten by the band who's song it sounds like (when it wasn't, as evidenced by the writing credits and the band's own history of cowriters disproving what they say), will tell you it doesn't matter because "there's only so many chords" (which doesn't make much sense because it's not just the chords that are the same in said songs, and if that were true, either no one would be making new music, or every song would sound exactly the same in every genre), won't care, or will say that they don't hear it. This can get people who check their songs out to see why people like them, and others who aren't fans of them, angry because the songs are so blatant in their similarities that to not hear it and not hear the similarities brings a big "[[FlatWhat what?]]" to the minds of those who do. It's not just the instrumentals either. Others don't care for them because their lyrical writing style is too similar to Music/AllTimeLow's, some of their merch and CD designs are blatantly too close to other bands', they come off as a boyband thanks to their marketing, or the fact that they were a YouTube cover band from Australia that only got as popular as they have thanks to them gaining a heavy following from One Direction's fanbase of tween and teenage girls thanks to One Direction bringing them on tour with them, which was a guarantee that they'd gain a substantial following (which some of their fans treat as more of a heartwarming story about them braving the world by going on tour when they hadn't even finished high school yet than it really is). Thus, their fame, to some, feels unearned and that they would've been better off spending several more years trying to get a recording contract rather than all of that, then starting their own record company, which they also release their own music under.
10th Apr '17 10:37:50 AM KingZeal
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** It's also gotten hatred from people who feel it "panders to [[SoapBoxSadie social justice warriors]]" for its anti-racism message.
** ''And'' from some card-carrying social justice warriors who claim that its anti-racism message ''doesn't go far enough,'' since the movie portrays racism as something everyone can be guilty of and need to watch out for. In other words, it claims that there is no such thing as AcceptableTargets, that racism is racism regardless of who is directing it at whom - which supposedly represents an [[ValuesDissonance outdated and offensive]] definition of racism. [[PoesLaw Yes,]] [[https://consequenceofsound.net/2016/03/how-disneys-zootopia-gets-racism-wrong/ really.]]
10th Apr '17 2:59:27 AM Baeraad555
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** ''And'' from some card-carrying social justice warriors who claim that its anti-racism message ''doesn't go far enough,'' since the movie portrays racism as something everyone can be guilty of and need to watch out for. In other words, it claims that there is no such thing as AcceptableTargets, that racism is racism regardless of who is directing it at whom - which supposedly represents an [[ValuesDissonance outdated and offensive]] definition of racism. [[PoesLaw Yes,]] [[https://consequenceofsound.net/2016/03/how-disneys-zootopia-gets-racism-wrong/ really.]]
5th Apr '17 12:56:00 PM KagSwirby
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* ''Animation/MashaAndTheBear'' might be a mix of PeripheryDemographic and this, like DocMcStuffins. The reason some people hate this show is because they [[TheScrappy find Masha annoying]] or think the show is too slow and childish. It has gotten to the point where the Get Movies video of the 17th episode has 839 dislikes, making it the 16th video with the most dislikes on YouTube. And sadly for them, like Peppa Pig below, it is quite everywhere.
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* ''Animation/MashaAndTheBear'' might be a mix of PeripheryDemographic and this, like DocMcStuffins. The reason some people hate this show is because they [[TheScrappy find Masha annoying]] or think the show is too slow and childish. It has gotten to the point where the Get Movies video of the 17th episode has 839 dislikes, making it the 16th video with the most dislikes on YouTube. And sadly for them, like Peppa Pig below, it is quite everywhere.
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